- Nigerian music lovers over the years have not only enjoyed great music from their faves but concerts as well
- While Davido is notorious for jumping all over the stage and Burna Boy bringing big energy, some just do it better than others
- Legit.ng recently asked its readers to vote for the artiste who gives the best stage performance and P-Square, the duo that just reunited won
When the iconic singing twins, P-Square were on their long break for years, fans revealed that no singer matched their energy on stage.
Most Nigerian singers love to put on a show especially at concerts, and if they are not giving off their best dance moves, they are making the best use of stage space.
Legit.ng recently asked its readers on Twitter to vote for the singer who gives the best stage performance of all time.
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P-Square won the poll with 49.6% votes while Davido followed with 26.7%. African Giant, Burna Boy came third with 18.9% on the poll.
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See the post below:
"@davido is boss."
"Ghanaian but #PSquare Till casket."
"Psquare is cleared on dis 1."
"Back to back mad live performance has to be P-Square. But recently? Defo BurnaBoy!!!"
"Nah P square una dey hear again ba?"
PetePeter Okoye slams beggar who demanded N500k before 2022
Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye of PSquare blasted online beggars in a long rant on his Twitter page.
It all started when a bold young man, Prince Nerrow, on Twitter, demanded N500,000 from numerous top celebrities such as Davido, Femi Otedola, Naira Marley, Dangote and more.
The online beggar didn’t just stop there, he also gave them an ultimatum as he demanded the money before 2022.
In reaction to the beggar’s demand, Peter called out people who do the same online and noted that it was an irritating act as he advised them to stop.
P-square brothers reveal man who made their reunion possible
The much-anticipated P-Square concert went down on Saturday, December 25, at the popular Eko Convention Centre and it was indeed a fun-filled night for attendees.
One of the highlights of the night was the moment one of the brothers backed by the second revealed the man who made their reunion possible.
Tony Elumelu is a Nigerian businessman and in the four and half years the singers were apart, he worked tirelessly to bring them back together.